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Trump voters warn him not to fire Mueller: ‘People would be suspicious’

They see the Russia investigation as President Trump does, as a witch hunt that has expanded far beyond its initial mandate with the explicit aim of delegitimizing or perhaps even overturning his 2016 election victory.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
The Washington Post
Topics: 
Donald Trump
Russia
2016 Elections
Author Info: Philip Rucker
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They see the Russia investigation as President Trump does, as a witch hunt that has expanded far beyond its initial mandate with the explicit aim of delegitimizing or perhaps even overturning his 2016 election victory.
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